Obama photographer mocks Kellyanne Conway with edited picture

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A former Obama White House photographer took to social media Monday to ridicule Kellyanne Conway following remarks she made in an interview with the Bergen County Record in New Jersey.

After Conway suggested that “microwaves that turn into cameras” could have been used to spy on President Trump’s campaign, Pete Souza posted to Instagram a shoulders-up picture of Obama snapping pictures with a camera, looking out of a microwave oven.

“Someone has been photoshopping one of my photos,” Souza wrote. “For the record, it wasn’t me.”

Although Conway did not provide evidence, she suggested in the interview that the Trump campaign might have been monitored in “any number of ways.”

“What I can say is there are many ways to surveil each other,” Conway said. “You can surveil someone through their phones, certainly through their television sets.”

During a discussion regarding surveillance methods, Conway added that there are “microwaves that turn into cameras.”

Someone has been photoshopping one of my photos. For the record, it wasn’t me.

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Conway’s interview took place just over a week after Trump claimed that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower.

Souza also mocked Trump on Monday by posting to Instagram a photo of Obama typing on his cell phone that read, “Glad he only tweeted out facts with his device.”

Glad he only tweeted out facts with his device.

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H/T: The Hill

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